Who should buy the Tommy Hilfiger Anni

This low-top Tommy Hilfiger Anni could be a great pick for you if:

  • You are looking for a versatile pair that can go with everything and is perfect for everyday use.
  • You want a sneaker that provides all-day comfort.

Tommy Hilfiger Anni Logo

Style of the Tommy Hilfiger Anni

The low-top Tommy Hilfiger Anni is a sneaker with a slip-on style that allows the foot to quickly be put on and off the shoe. This oxford-cut shoe has a clean white upper that can easily match not only casual getups but also complement business attire.

Tommy Hilfiger Anni Upper

Notable Features

The Tommy Hilfiger Anni is an embodiment of comfort and sophisticated style. Even with its straightforward-designed upper, it still manages to catch someone’s eye. The clean white upper adorned by the brand’s emblem on the front side area of the midsole and on the tongue can definitely make a statement.

Tommy Hilfiger Anni Insole

History of the Tommy Hilfiger Anni

Tommy Hilfiger is among the leading designers of the world in lifestyle brands. He was internationally recognized for celebrating the importance of classic American style which features preppy with the modern twist design.

Tommy Hilfiger Anni Collar

As the brand’s fame continues to rise, it expanded its product line to outerwear, denim, handbags, fragrances, watches, home furnishings, and footwear. Among the elegant and comfortable shoes that were launched was the Tommy Hilfiger Anni.

Tommy Hilfiger Anni Tongue

With a low-top profile, the Tommy Hilfiger Anni is a slip-on sneaker with a clean leather upper that delivers sophistication and breathability, fusing fashion and comfort in one. It has a cushioned footbed that gives all-day comfort. Also, it has a white rubber outsole that delivers reliable traction.

Tommy Hilfiger Anni Outsole

Facts / Specs

Top: Low
Inspired from: Casual
Colorways: White / Blue / Red

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